Hythe's butcher-graziers: townsmen in the late medieval English countryside

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Sweetinburgh, S. 2011. Hythe's butcher-graziers: townsmen in the late medieval English countryside. in: Dyer, C., Hopper, A., Lord, E. and Tringham, N. (ed.) New Directions in Local History since Hoskins Hatfield University of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 98-113
AuthorsSweetinburgh, S.
EditorsDyer, C., Hopper, A., Lord, E. and Tringham, N.
Page range98-113
Year2011
Book titleNew Directions in Local History since Hoskins
PublisherUniversity of Hertfordshire Press
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Place of publicationHatfield
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